Sunday, December 30, 2007

2006 Yamaha Royal Star Venture

I purchased this 2006 Yamaha Royal Star Venture new in September of 2006 from Abernathy's in Union City, Tennessee.

This 2006 Royal Star Venture is simply a maximum touring motorcycle, with everything the serious cross-country rider needs, including electronic cruise control, air-assisted suspension, four-speaker sound, plenty of storage and a liquid-cooled V-four engine. The 2006 Venture retailed for $16,799-$17,299 depending on options. E-mail or call Buddy at 662-397-5634 for a price.

Here is a thorough review of this excellent motorcycle. Watch a Photo Slide Show of the 2006 Royal Star Venture from USRiderNews.

Click here to see how the 06 Venture did in a U.S. Rider News test.

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Casey Joe & Weston - Christmas 2007

Mary Did You Know

It's Still The Greatest Story Every Told

O Holy Night

This Little Child

Saturday, December 08, 2007

Dyersburg, TN grandmother witnesses to man trying to rob her

Dyersburg, Tennessee grandmother witnesses to man trying to rob her
Reported by Nick Paranjape - WMCTV.COM

Click Here to watch the video report.

92-year-old Pauline Jacobi reads her Bible everyday. Her strong faith keeps her going in life and may have saved it after she almost became the victim of a parking lot robbery.

Jacobi had just finished putting her groceries inside her car at a Dyersburg Wal-Mart when a man jumped into the car through the passenger's side door. He told Jacobi he had a gun and that he would shoot her if she didn't give him money.

"I'm not going to give you my money," Jacobi said.

In fact. She told him "no" three times.

Then she started to talk to him.

"As quick as you kill me I'll go to heaven and you'll go to hell," Jacobi said she told the man. "'Jesus is in this car and he goes with me everywhere I go."

"He just looked around and the tears just began coming down his eyes."

She told him to ask God for forgiveness and ministered to him for 10 minutes inside her car.

"He says, 'I think I'll go home and pray tonight,'" Jacobi said. "I says, 'You don't have to wait until tonight. You can pray anytime you want to.'"

As tears were rolling down the man's face, Jacobi voluntarily gave him $10. All the money she had.

"When I told him I was going to give him the money, I said, 'Don't you go spend it on whiskey either,'" Jacobi said.

The man thanked her for the money and kissed her on the cheek. Then he walked away.

He told Jacobi his name was Ricky and he was from Halls, Tennessee. She doesn't want to see him in jail, but also doesn't want him to hurt anybody. However, police do want to see him in jail and are asking for help.

If you have any information, call Dyer County CrimeStoppers at (731) 285-TIPS.